Tuesday, January 3, 2012

All-American Muslim show loses 96% of their advertisers. (Florida Family Association)


If you recall, Lowe's was under fire by Progressives for pulling its ads from this program and for standing its ground.  We asked that you contact Lowe’s to lend them your support while contacting others who advertised on this program to share your displeasure.  
Well patriots, it has been onward and upward, from thereon.
This morning, I received an email from the Florida Family Association: Defending American Values that stated:
"The Learning Channel’s new show called All-American Muslim which riskily hides the Islamic agenda’s clear and present danger to American liberties and traditional values."  
"NINETY SIX PERCENT (96%) of the companies that Florida Family Association targeted with emails did NOT advertise again during the January 1st and 2nd episodes of All-American Muslim"
We have you to thank patriots getting involved in the email campaign to stem the wave of misinformation and indoctrination of Americans.  
In the meantime, we are asking that you please send your email to recent advertisers. 
Please see an excerpt from the email below.  It is definitely worth sharing and passing on.  Thank you.

Florida Family Association has launched six email alerts to inform supporters about The Learning Channel’s new show called All-American Muslim which riskily hides the Islamic agenda’s clear and present danger to American liberties and traditional values. The alerts encouraged supporters to send emails to the companies that advertised during the first six weeks that the program aired. To read the full article regarding this issue click here

The following facts clearly indicate
that The Learning Channel show All-American Muslim was not a winner in the American marketplace:

NINETY SIX PERCENT (96%) of the companies that Florida Family Association targeted with emails did NOT advertise again during the January 1st and 2nd episodes of All-American Muslim. One hundred one (101) out of one hundred five (105) companies did NOT advertise again. Certainly some of the companies stopped their advertisements because of seasonal buys. However, those seasonal buyers make up the small minority of companies not returning to the show.
Close to forty percent (40%) of the advertising space on the January 1st and 2nd episodes were devoted to The Learning Channel self-promotions of other shows and network trades.
Numerous companies known for buying bargain advertising space collectively purchased a large percentage of the remaining advertising space...."

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